Forget everything you knew about smart homes and the Legend of Zelda… One particular fan has managed to create a home automation system that is controlled by playing the Ocarina.Read More
To many of us, the age of nine brings back fond memories of cycling to the park or (in my case) obsessively playing video games. Nine-year-old Arnav Sharma is going through his childhood differently – creating a device that is a revolution in the field of asthma care.Read More
All the women out there whose men just don't cut it in the gift department, gaze upon the glory of Lingxiang Xiang and despair at your man yet again handing you the same old wilted roses and chalky chocolates. For this is a man who has given his girlfriend the gift of R2-D2.
Robofun Create have built a universal keyboard using 44 Staropramen beer cans as the keys, proving that potential uses for the likes of Arduino and Raspberry Pi are only limited by the creativity of those who use them...or their livers in this particular example.
Six-year old James Cox, dad Professor Simon Cox and other engineers at the University of Southampton have built a low-cost 'supercomputer' using nothing more than humble Lego blocks and 64 Raspberry Pi single-board computers.